Part 2 of the Lewis and Clark Expedition outlines the early days of the journey west: breaches of conduct, the death of Sergeant Charles Floyd, documenting never-before-seen animals and plants, encountering the first bands of Native American tribes and spending the winter of 1804-1805 at Fort Mandan. That winter stay at Fort Mandan is when Lewis and Clark would meet one of their most crucial members - Sacagawea!
- 4.3.CO Compare the motivations for and reactions to various expeditions into the Western territories.
- This indicator was developed to encourage inquiry into how land acquisition and the resulting border changes of the U.S. impacted the people of the western territories prior to Westward Expansion.
- 8.3.CX Evaluate the economic significance of agriculture on South Carolina, the U.S., and the world.
- 8.3.CC Analyze debates and efforts to recognize the natural rights of marginalized groups during the period of expansion and sectionalism.
- USHC.2.CC Differentiate the patterns of continuity and change within the development of sectionalism and reunion.